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Oro

Country of origin:
Spain
Location:
Barcelona, Catalonia
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1982
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Heavy Metal, Social Reality
Last label:
Ariola
Years active:
1981-1982 (as Cans), 1982-1983
Formerly called Cans, the band changed their name to Oro when Jimmy Reitz and Juan Calleja entered in the band. The band split a year after, in 1983, when Jimmy Reitz went to form part of the band Tigres de Metal. As a tribute, that band changed its name to Tigres de Oro (and later to Tigres to release their debut). Obviously, this band, Oro, is not an earlier incarnation of Tigres.

The ...
Manolo Martos Bass (1982-1983)
See also: Cans
Ñin Martos Drums (1982-1983)
See also: ex-Cans
Juan Calleja Guitars (1982-1983)
See also: Orquesta Mondragón (live), ex-Alberto Comesaña (live), ex-Alejandra Guzmán (live), ex-Amistades Peligrosas (live), ex-Camilo Sesto (live), ex-Cristina Del Valle (live), ex-David Bustamante (live), ex-David De María (live), ex-Hevia (live), ex-Judith (live), ex-Paco Ortega (live), ex-Raúl (live), ex-Yanela Brooks (live)
Jimmy Reitz Vocals (1982-1983)
See also: Tigres, ex-Banzai, ex-Jimmy, ex-Jimmy Reitz Band, ex-Jimmy Speed Band
Added by: nachometal Modified by: KingSpooky
Added on: 2005-07-17 07:36:39 Last modified on: 2021-04-23 19:22:48